Nemtsov Report Highlights Putin’s Extravagant Lifestyle

A translation of Boris Nemtsov’s and Leonid Martynyuk’s 2012 seismic report exposing the profanely extravagant lifestyle of Russian President Vladimir Putin, have been published on UpNorth. The report, titled “Putin’s Palaces: The Life of A Galley Slave”, highlights the 20 palaces; 43 aircraft that have been fitted with bejeweled, gold plated washrooms; several super yachts; and millions of dollars worth of watches that Vladimir Putin has amassed.

The report’s author and former Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, Boris Nemtsov, was gunned down in Moscow on February 15, 2015, in what is largely regarded as a political assassination.

The report is available here

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